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Stolen Style from the Target Aisle: Dansko Leopard Clogs

I was in Target Friday and this lady was behind me wearing these wonderful leopard-print Dansko clogs. They were so great I had to tell her how much I liked them. I thought about these shoes all weekend and how great they would be with almost every outfit I put on. So, of course, I ordered them. I found them at Nordstrom, which currently has free shipping for shoes! They will be here tomorrow!

I can totally justify this expense cause my current Dansko clogs are like 6 years old and that's about $20/year average - you can't find shoes for that! And Danskos are the most comfortable shoes in the entire world! Thanks Target lady for the fashion find!


  1. Aren't they just fabulous? I stumbled on your blog while googling "clogs" in the blogsearch. I've been wearing Dansko for 12 years since diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and just love the comfort...and STYLE! I just posted a plaid one I found at The Walking Company on my blog about comfortable,stylish shoes.
    I love your blog--I consider myself a Southerner at heart even though I live in Chicago. My folks are in WV and I grew up there. We vacation in NC every year.

  2. Well, I'm glad you found them and you love them. Not so much my type of shoe, but to each their own right?


  3. I KNOW!!! Those shoes are on a giant billboard on I-26 just outside of Charleston. I really really really want a pair.

  4. I love these so much! I was this-close to ordering a pair from Zappos last night!

  5. I spied these at the Post Office and went home to find them online. I also ordered them from Nordstroms's but have to wait a few more days. The first pair were too big.

    Can't wait to wear them! Enjoy!

  6. Going to Nordstroms tomorrow to get me a pair. I love the cheetah print. It matches my cane.......weeeeeee........


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